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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, Operation Odyssey Dawn, A New Beginning, New START, Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, European foreign policy of the Barack Obama administr Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, Operation Odyssey Dawn, A New Beginning, New START, Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, European foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, South Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, Obama Doctrine, East Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration. Excerpt: Hillary Rodham Clinton is serving as United States Secretary of State under President Barack Obama, and is the head of the department conducting the foreign policy of the Obama administration. She was preceded in office by Condoleezza Rice and is the third woman to hold this position. She is also the only former First Lady of the United States to become a member of the United States Cabinet. As secretary of state she has traveled widely and initiated many diplomatic efforts on behalf of the Obama administration. Clinton takes the oath-of-office as Secretary of State, administered by Associate Judge Kathryn Oberly as Bill Clinton holds the Bible.Within a week after the November 4, 2008, presidential election, President-elect Obama and Clinton discussed over telephone the possibility of her serving as U.S. Secretary of State in his administration. Clinton later related, "He said I want you to be my secretary of state. And I said, 'Oh, no, you don't.'" I said, 'Oh, please, there's so many other people who could do this.'" Clinton initially turned Obama down, but he persisted. Some Democratic senators welcomed the idea of her leaving, having been allied with Obama during the campaign and believing that Clinton had risked party disunity by keeping her candidacy going for so long. Obama and Clinton held a meeting on the subject on November 11. When the possibility became public on November 14, it came as a surprising and dramatic move, especially...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, Operation Odyssey Dawn, A New Beginning, New START, Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, European foreign policy of the Barack Obama administr Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, Operation Odyssey Dawn, A New Beginning, New START, Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, European foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, South Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, Obama Doctrine, East Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration. Excerpt: Hillary Rodham Clinton is serving as United States Secretary of State under President Barack Obama, and is the head of the department conducting the foreign policy of the Obama administration. She was preceded in office by Condoleezza Rice and is the third woman to hold this position. She is also the only former First Lady of the United States to become a member of the United States Cabinet. As secretary of state she has traveled widely and initiated many diplomatic efforts on behalf of the Obama administration. Clinton takes the oath-of-office as Secretary of State, administered by Associate Judge Kathryn Oberly as Bill Clinton holds the Bible.Within a week after the November 4, 2008, presidential election, President-elect Obama and Clinton discussed over telephone the possibility of her serving as U.S. Secretary of State in his administration. Clinton later related, "He said I want you to be my secretary of state. And I said, 'Oh, no, you don't.'" I said, 'Oh, please, there's so many other people who could do this.'" Clinton initially turned Obama down, but he persisted. Some Democratic senators welcomed the idea of her leaving, having been allied with Obama during the campaign and believing that Clinton had risked party disunity by keeping her candidacy going for so long. Obama and Clinton held a meeting on the subject on November 11. When the possibility became public on November 14, it came as a surprising and dramatic move, especially...

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